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the president would acknowledge george w. bush during his remarks. tonight those questions were answered. >> the president: this afternoon, i spoke to former president george w. bush. it is well-known that he and i disagreed about the war from its outset. yet, no one can doubt president bush's support for our troops or his love of country and commitment to our security. >> sean: joining me with reaction to the president's address is the ranking member of the senate armed services committee senator mccain. welcome back. >> thank you sean. >> sean: you know, how ungracious of the president as we just see. he said the minimal things george bush supports our troops. he loves our country. that's the best co-muster? >> well, -- the best he could muster? generosity of spirit. what he should have said. i opposed the surge. i was wrong. i made a mistake and george w. bush deserves credit for doing something that was very, very unpopular at the time. instead, he to say it is well-known that george bush really? act the fact is, that -- and the fact is that then senator obama voted to cut often fund
: for days there have been questions over whether the president would acknowledge george w. bush during his remarks. tonight those questions were answered. >> the president: this afternoon, i spoke to former president george w. bush. it is well-known that he and i disagreed about the war from its outset. yet, no one can doubt president bush's support for our troops or his love of country and commitment to our security. >> sean: joining me with reaction to the president's address is the ranking member of the senate armed services committee senator mccain. welcome back. >> thank you sean. >> sean: you know, how ungracious of the president as we just see. he said the minimal things george bush supports our troops. he loves our country. that's the best co-muster? >> well, -- the best he could muster? generosity of spirit. what he should have said. i opposed the surge. i was wrong. i made a mistake and george w. bush deserves credit for doing something that was very, very unpopular at the time. instead, he to say it is well-known that george bush really? act the fact is, that -- and the fact is
point margin ohio residents, democratic poll, ohio residents would rather have george w. bush as president than barack obama. 50-42. bigger mar yin than bush -- margin than -- >> sean: you miss me yet? >> this was supposed to be the summer of recovery. it turned out to be the summer of george. rehabilitation of george w. bush. why? because president obama keeps going around blaming everything on george w. bush. reminding people of george w. bush. and people are starting to think, compared with the way things are now they weren't as bad when george w. bush was president. >> sean: it is also comparison in personalities. george w. bush made a decision. since barack obama started running through the 19 months he's been president. i said this before, this president needs to stop, man-up. take responsibility this is his debt, his deficit, his economy, his health care, his failed stimulus. it is him bowing before foreign leaders. at what point does he stop blaming bush? >> i think he has taken responsibility for a lot of. >> sean: no, nothing. >> can we talk about the fact that when
george w. bush. he is very soft. she really did not think it was the right thing to be, so supportive of a man who ran against when he was in 2008 because he was challenging its policies. here is president obama talking about george w. bush. let's listen. >> this afternoon i spoke to former president, george w. bush. it is well known that he and i disagreed on the war. no one can doubt president bush's support for our troops or his love of country and commitment to our security. as i have said, no patriots who supported this war were patriots or support it. all of us are united in appreciation for our service men and women. our hopes for a rockies. >> that is one of the most interesting comments. operation iraqi freedom is over. i thought that was superb. especially in that regard. and he says patriots opposed, i would say that some were not patriotic but ideological to a fault. he was so kind, basically saying we are patriots as well, like we know you are and are as well. what an amazing confession to save the people that are hawkish by by definition patriotic in the people who are d
george w. bush back in the oval office. the poll comes from the state of ohio. interestingly enough, it was conducted by of the left leaning public policy group 50% of residents there would prefer if george w. bush were still in office. leads by an eight point margin over the anointed one. even independents say they would rather have a third bush term now than an obama white house. news of this poll broke on the heels of the president's oval office address during which he spoke about his predecessor. >> the president: this afternoon i spoke to former president george w. bush. it is well-known that he and i disagreed about the war from its outset. yet, no one can could you tell president bush's support for our troops or his love of country and commitment to our security. >> sean: did president obama go far enough in acknowledging the former president last night? here with reaction and the bomb shell poll out of ohio, former white house communications director under george w. bush nicole wallace. and from the fox business network sandra smith is here. he supports our troops and he lov
this be any different if george w. bush were still the president of the united states? >> no, he would do the exact same thing. i'll be honest with you. >> jim a while ago said that this was -- let's think about the american process that we're all here celebrating, that we've come together as a diverse community, we've worked our way through this situation. there's nothing radical about asking the imam to consider doing the right thing in the context of moving the community forward. he has to have the courage to tell the radicals in the international community that this community has come together, through a process that backed off a radical preacher. now this is -- >> jim wallace, what if he says no, i've listened to everybody, but i think a, for my community and b for the international message, i'm staying put right here. >> let's be clear here, the opposition to mosques around the country, the rise in anti-muslim violence has got nothing to do with the location of those mosques and those people. it's happening all across the country. we have to ask some basic questions. are muslim amer
: you say george w. bush was very smart. he had an immense simplicity in how he saw the world. right or wrong, it led to decisive leadership. >> yes, it did. and i think, you know, it's easy to mock that simplicitsimplicit. and it's easy to ignore the strength that sometimes comes with that. >> reporter: do you think president obama has that kind of decision-making way about him or is he more nuanced and how do you think that plays? >> the one thing i think you can identify very clearly about president obama is that he has a huge amount of steel. and is somebody who, you know, on whose shoulders that power sits more easily than i think i've seen in a political figure. when you think of the weight of responsibility that's on him, not just because of the office, but what he represents to people around the world -- around the world. not the tiniest corner of any place in the world that does not know about barack obama and has heard of him. and looks up to him. i mean, that's a huge responsibility and it sits easily with him. >> tony blair's auto biography is titled "a journey." and you
for all of us because of laws that were enacted in 2001 and 2003 under george w. bush. that is why this has to get done by the end of the year. >> mr. mundaca expressed optimism that congress will enact this before the november recess, before the election recess. do you share that optimism, knowing what you know about the politics in this? >> i think something is probably going to get some kind of compromise. the situation last year, where the estate tax expired because the democrats and the republicans could not come together, at that point, all the experts and pundits said it would not happen. but this is not -- but this is a much bigger issue. this isn't tax increase on every american. it could more than doubled -- this is a tax increase on every american. it could even more than double. >> it is obviously a very polarized environment right now. waiting until the lame duck session to address the expression of these tax cuts is a gamble. if the republicans make big gains, they will not be in any gains, they will not be in any mood to pass obama's version of extending the tax cuts
and what george w. bush represented. so the president is trying to draw a clear contrast. it may be too little, too late. but it's one of the few tools he has left at this point in the game. >> boehner is what, one of 12 kids? he is an honorable guy? >> he -- >> kennedy was a big pal of boehner. >> he has policies that got us into the ditch and he doesn't have any new ideas and he smokes like a chimney and spends time in the tanning bed. >> listen. >> he lives on the edge of a golf course. >> exactly. the reason now obama is turning his gunfire on to john boehner is that for years he has been demonizing president bush. that is no longer working. that doesn't have traction with the american people anymore. nobody knows john boehner, frankly nobody cares, even most republicans don't care about john boehner. interestingly, he could be speaker of the house if the republicans gain control, but as of now, look, john boehner this is a wash. the point is that he has been targeting -- obama has been targeting president bush for a long time. what is ironic and interesting now is because th
've been there with president bush, george w. bush, is it a speech he needs to give or has he given too many? >> i recall david axel rod earlier when he as with clinton at the beginning of the senate campaign and asked, can you take a punch? that was the real question. and the president sometimes when he takes a punc when events a bad, he comes across looking pricklely and defenseless. i have a good friend who spent timeith obama anda favorably disposed to him. in private he reacts to everything boehner says and everythinghe republicans in congress say. chris: i wanted to get to that. does he react too much to the 24/7, some bloggers said something like he won't respond. is he losing his ability to make a compelling communication? >> i think all of these presidents he enormous egos. you've worked closely with them before. of course they feel challenged and want to respond to those. it'sheir presidency and their job and ty feel so passionately about the country. he may respond too often but in a 24/7 culture, i think a lot of politicianings who haven't responded have found theelves on th
obama to credit george w. bush in his speech for that. but he ran against george w. bush and ran and became president because he opposed the iraq war from the start and it would not have set well with his democratic base had he started praising george w. bush. he did talk about his patriotism but i don't think he was about to credit him for managing the war well. >> i don't think we'll hear that at all. i hear you'll be talking to john mccain about those issues. and we are down to crunchtime and is there any time for results to show. > before the election. >> i don't think in the sense of turning around the economy. but the president will come out with a set of new ideas this week, based on tax cuts. more tax cuts for business, small business, whether he gets it there is problematic. but at least he will have something he and democrats can run on about ideas about how to boost the economy. chris, thank you. >> thank you. >> you can catch fox news sunday right after our show. >>> there is major flooding in parts of australia right now. the state emergency service responded to more
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are not at war with islam. he earlier also talked about how he praised george w. bush and said that the thing i most admired is that after 9/11 he made it crystal clear that we are not at war with islam. just after he criticized president bush for the economy. so this is dangerous territory, because there are a large number of americans who mistake him for being muslim, so to get out there on these issues, it is politically treacherous and that is why he quickly added at one point, i'm a president of christian faith and we are all one nation under god. >> i want to continue with the discussion and without taking sides, but in the way, amen. we have so many politicians driven by the polls and the talking points and sound the same day in, day out, and i know, erick, if this is what he believes, isn't it refreshing to see someone passionate and this is what i believe and what i think, and now you can debate me. >> it was refreshing after having sat after the press conference and question after question and every one had to have the words middle-class in the answer until the last. then he was passi
prime minister tony blair to discuss his relationship with former presidents clinton, george w. bush. his take on barack obama. plus the white house has identified their enemy number one in the up coming elections. we'll tell you who he is and why they are going after him that and more, straight ahead. for strong bones, i take calcium. but my doctor told me that most calcium supplements... aren't absorbed properly unless taken with food. he recommended citracal. it's different -- it's calcium citrate, so it can be absorbed with or without food. citracal. >> sean: census figures for 2009 will be released next week. the number of people in poverty is set to increase by record levels on president obama's watch. according to the ap, they anticipate the poverty rate will hit 15% and child poverty will rise above 20%. yet another record for the anointed one to be proud of. hannity continues in 90 short seconds with former british prime minister, tony blair. gecko water bottle... notebook... chamois... gecko: sir, i feel a little bit uncomfortable with all... you know... with all this. i me
presidents clinton, george w. bush. his take on barack obama. plus the white house has identified their enemy number one in the up coming elections. we'll tell you who he is and why they are going after him that and more, straight ahead. [ female announcer ] se is the only furniture lish with febreze freshness. it helps eliminate odors while you clean and condition. you may never go back to your old furniture polish. ♪ science! [ female announcer ] swiffer gives cleaning a fresh new meaning. za@i@y@y host: could switching to geico realis a bird in the handre on worth 2 in the bush? appraiser: well you rarely see them in this good of shape. appraiser: for example the fingers are perfect. appraiser: the bird is in mint condition. appraiser: and i would say if this were to go to auction today, appraiser: conservatively it would be worth 2 in the bush. woman: really? appraiser: it's just beautiful, thank you so much for bringing it in. woman: unbelievable anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. >> sean: census figures for 2009 will be released next week. the number of people in p
about george w. bush. the first time was in the president's speech about the end of operation iraqi freedom. >> this afternoon i spoke to former president george w. bush. it's well known that he and i disagreed about the war from its outset. no one can doubt president bush's support for our troops or his love of country and commitment to our security. >> commitment to our security. you know, i get these style points here. i get the presidential let's turn the page you seem like a nice enough guy. if there's one thing that disproves people being committed to american security it has to be that person starting a war that had nothing to do with american security. that's the big american lesson of the iraq war. don't be so reckless with american security you start a war without reason to. last night there was this from the vice president. >> let's talk about president bush for a second. the administration has got some critique and criticism from me and my conservative friends that you have not given enough credit to president bush. would you like to take this opportunity right now to lo
and george w. bush and the proposals offered by president obama and i'm of the view that, that tax debate missed the point because both of those approaches, george w. bush and now what has been offered by president obama in my view involves tinkering with a badly flawed discredited tax system to me the much more relevant comparison. i want to walk you through the numbers and just get your reaction. are the number use have when ronald reagan got together with a big group of democrats and reformed the tax system and compared those and what we saw in our country for job growth and economic growth, payroll growth to what we saw during the years of george w. bush. the 2001 and 202008 years. we get your reaction. here's the numbers. when ronald reagan and democrats work together, 16 million new jobs were created there was a 17 point 6 percent expansion in payroll. that's when democrats and republicans worked together to create a tax system that was more progrowth and more of an engine for job creation. by comparison from 2001-202008 when there was just partisan zip in the tax area. 3,000,000 jo
that happens. joining me with reaction former adviser to president george w. bush the one and only karl rove the architect is back. welcome back, sir. >> thank you sean how are you? >> sean: i'm good. if it is going to be a referendum on his economic policies, the democrats are not going to do women if i'm campaigning and i hear the president say that and he put me into this mess and he put me in the position of making these controversial votes, i don't think i would be too happy. >> all across america i think we can hear teeth gnashing, cars being driven from campaign event to campaign event there are a lot of democrats who go home and cry themselves to sleep. the issue is the economy. you look at the gallup poll this week of the nine issues they tested the top four were economy, jobs, spending and corruption in washington. the democrats are behind on all of those economic questions by a margin of between 5 to 15. the number one issue is the economy. the democrats are behind the eight ball on this in a bad way. for the president, it was a refreshing bit of candor. if i were a democrat, i wo
to former president george w. bush. it's well known that he and i disagreed about the war. and no one can doubt president bush's support support for our troops or his love of country and commitment to our security. he has supported this war and patriots who have opposed it. and all of us are united in appreciation for our servicemen and -women and our hopes for iraqi's future. >> senator graham is here from south carolina. good evening, senator. why did president obama give this speech? >> i guess the president is trying to let the american people know that, you know, combat operations are over and that's something that we have been hoping for for a very long time. i knowledge it's a missed opportunity by the president, quite frankly, to lay the cards out on the table and acknowledge not only did he and the president have differences, but president bush made adjustments in 2007 that led to the steps that we are having today. i really wish that president obama would acknowledge that. i think that would have been a classy thing to have done. >> i think you are making reference to the surge,
will remain with a different mission this afternoon i spoke to former president george w. bush. it is well-known that he and i disagreed about the war from its outset yet, no one can doubt president bush's support four -- for our troops and love of country. there were patriots who supported this war and patriots who opposed it. all of us are united in appreciation for our servicemen and women and our hope's for iraq's future. if he >> greta: senator, why did president obama give this speech? >> well, this is a transition moment. combat operations inn%áÑ general the commander in iraq indicated that we could withdraw 50,000 troops. i guess the president is trying to let american people know that combat operations are over and that's something that we've been hoping for, for a long time. i think it is a missed opportunity by the president, frankly to lay the cards out on the table and acknowledge not only did he and the president have differences, but president bush made adjustments in 2007 that led to the success we are having today. i really wish president obama would acknowledge that i i
't associate these republicans in congress who are running for reelection necessarily with george w. bush which is what the democrats would like. >> and if you think that you have seen stories of how they're actually trying to localize the races, candidates themselves are talking about their opponents and people and independents when they see some of these actual back grounds of some of these candidates republicans have put up in their fury, do get recoiled from that, so i do think that the right has taken over the republican party, gives us opportunities district by district to make that case. obviously we have to continue promoting good ideas. >> that will hurt -- that will definitely hurt republicans in some individual races, independent who is might otherwise be voting for republicans on fiscal responsibility grounds are turned off by the apparent -- bill clinton said the other s y stay -- if it's a choice, he said, between a democratic record of governing and a republican policy proposals, then they've got a better shot and that's what i think the president's trying to do, but there's sti
president, president bush. >> if george w. bush the former president were to call you up now or visit with you and say i think this is going to cause trouble in the arab and islamic world, i really think you shouldn't be burning korans in public on that day, it's their holbrook, would you not do it? >> that would not change our plans though. >> again, even if george w. bush were to call you up, pastor jones, and urge you not to commit this action which will be televised worldwide and could cause trouble and even death, you wouldn't -- you would continue ahead with your plan to do this? >> we are going to continue ahead, yes. >> okay. well, this we is pretty scary. why doesn't he just say i? who is this we? is he the politburo? who has he behind him that makes the decision. >> he has a very right wing fundamental church that believes that if you support abortion, that if you support homosexual rights -- >> a lot of people believe that it's wrong. >> that you're going to hell and more importantly it's their job to stop all such activity so they really believe islam is the devil's religi
prime minister rose to political stardom during the clinton era, but he followed george w. bush into that unpopular war. tonight, christiane amanpour talks with blair, now an author, speaker and middle east peace broker in a "nightline" interview. >> reporter: let me start with the middle east peace process. what is different this time? >> i think what is different is first of all president obama has made this a priority, right at the outset of his presidency. so, this gives us some time. and that matters in these process processes. secondly, i spend probably as much time as anyone both in israel and in palestine, both sets of people want peace. i am sure both leaders want peace. >> reporter: let's talk a little bit about iraq. do you have regrets about -- >> you can't not have regrets about the lives lost. you're being inhuman if you didn't regret the death of so many extraordinary brave and committed soldiers, of civilians that have died in iraq or die still now in afghanistan and of course you feel an enormous responsibility for that, not just regret. but in the end, i believ
gotten out of hand lately. the democrats complain loudly about george w. bush's $500 billion deficit and they get in office and quadruple it. >> we have to pass the bill so you can find out what is in it. >> open up the healthcare bill. who doesn't like a good surprise or two? besides me. maybe you especially when it comes to the country. it doesn't take a reason why anyone wouldn't want to know what is in the bill. pass it, pass it. they didn't have it 24 hours before it was passed. why? why would you do that? you knew if you -- that was creepy, wasn't it? you knew if people understood it, they wouldn't want it. if it was so great, they would want you to -- look at this. if they wanted to they would have taken every day and every day shown you how great it was. instead they rushed it through on a weekend. five days before the president said i don't know what is in the bill yet. if it was so great they wouldn't have had to bribe their own member in their own party. the bill is not great. far from great. but it's now ours. they had to be deceptive for us to get past it. >> i'm ben ste
to that swashbuckling, and now infamous, photo-op from george w. bush. the lack of chest-thumping today, a reflection of both future uncertainties, and the enormous costs of this war. the second thing that struck me today was covering this change of command ceremony inside one of saddam's former palaces. the gaudy creation of a megalomaniac now populated by crisp, businesslike american servicemen and women. it's amazing for me to see how lived-in this place is now by americans. there are sand bags all over the place. they use the second floor as offices. they even hold their most important ceremonies here. and finally, we noticed something new out here on the streets of baghdad, something that seems specifically designed to counter the widespread cynicism about whether the iraqi security forces are ready to take over from the americans. it is this poster. at the top of the poster, you see pictures of departing americans. and then at the bottom, you see a big picture of an iraqi police vehicle. and in arabic in the center, it says, "we're ready." dan harris, abc news, baghdad. >>> and on a related iss
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at this pretty shot. >> republican strategist and former advisor to george w. bush, nicolle wallace back with us. great to see you. welcome back. >> it's one of my favorite clinton moves. 21 months and -- >> yes. you do. >> i do not. stop it. >> you do. i'll point it out next time you do it. >> he has a lot of good tics. the tongue in the corner of the cheek. >> you got it. >> saying. we have a lot going on. it's primary day. we'll start with news. >> tony blair. >> it's going to be good. >> you were saying something about tony blair before hand. >> i think he's one of one in our current political -- people we look to. i think in this country revere in a lot more public ways than they do in europe. he has an ability no american politician has, to listen to criticism, digest it, understand it and empathize it and get right back to making the case for his policy argument, without feeling all bruised and battered by the insult or disagreement. >> doesn't take it personally. >> no. >> he's had just crazy, crazy people on the far left following him around in europe, throwing blood on him. serious. ju
. >> do you like or respect anyone, sir? >> i guess so. president bush. >> president george w. bush. if george w. bush, the former president were to call you up and say i think this would l cause trouble in the arab or islamic world, i really think you shouldn't burn korans in public on that day, it's their hol holy day, would you do it? >> we would not change our plans. >> if president bush were to call you up and urge you not to commit this action which will be televised worldwide and could cause trouble and even death, you would continue ahead with your plan to do this? >> we are going to continue ahead, yes. >> well, this "we" is pretty scary. who is this we? who do we have behind him? >> well, he has a very right-wing fundamental church that believes if you support abortion, if you support homosexual rights -- >> a lot of people believe this -- >> no, but that you're going to hell and it's their job to stop the activity. they believe it's literally the religion of the devil and they have to oppose it. interesting you brought up george w. bush. i take this man at his word that n
times i'll stand up for george w. bush. george w. bush really did do a lot when he was president, most of which i disagreed with, but one of the things he did do was stand up and make it clear that american muslims were not to be condemned because of the acts of the extremists in afghanistan and iraq. he does need to say something about this. i think it would be very helpful. he is the kind of person i know who believes that. i think these other people are mostly politicians out for their own interests but i think that the president was clear about that to his credit and i think he ought to stand up and say something about it now. i think it would be very helpful. >> it wouldn't take much either. it's not like one of these people, the former president included, would have to come out and condemn an entire political party or cause or even the broad sense of we need to be suspicious or whatever angle they're going for but just to come out and say this is a bad idea that could lead to the harm, potentially the deaths of american troops, would be enough, a small message in this case, corre
see him there, and also sent a message to former president george w. bush: >> let's talk about president bush for a second. the administration has got some critique, criticism from me and my conservative friends, you have not given enough credit to president bush. would you like to take this opportunity right now? >> mr. president, thank you. you've honored these guys, you've honored these women, you've honored these troops, and i've known you, your entire eight years as president, i've never known a time when you didn't care about what -- we have agreed on policy but you deserve a lot of credit, phr-fpt president. >> mr. president, i never disagreed with your policy, so i thank you and i never disagreed! >> martha: wonder if the former president caught that. i love that lean in at the end by stephen. bill and giving out hot dogs in that show. martha: bid wen -- biden, he always seems to be speaking from the heart. bill:
political party, the no-nothings began to truly form under president george w. bush. this month's news from iraq has inspired bushies to try to deify their man. well, man-god. but the laters attempt from former bush advisor, is so ham handed, so intellectually bankrupt, it requires a full answer and we will give that answer next. appraiser: for example the fingers are perfect. appraiser: the bird is in mint condition. appraiser: and i would say if this were to go to auction today, appraiser: conservatively it would be worth 2 in the bush. woman: really? appraiser: it's just beautiful, thank you so much for bringing it in. woman: unbelievable anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. >>> former bush adviser's journalistically dishonest comment to president bush. as the far right goes far afield to try to canonize the greatest republican president of this century. what happened to him was a hate crime. now it might turn out to be a true federal crime. >>> we will read from the book of frank glenn graham. as the prophet from fox warns us yea, do not believe thy education. trusteth o
minister. >> reporter: getting most of the attention is the section on george w bush and the iraq war. george had huge simplicity in how he saw the world, right or wrong. in 2003 in spite of the protest, blair decided to black the invasion of iraq. a decision he is now having to defend constantly on his book tour whether on late night tv or in top political interviews. >> how you can not feel sorry about people who have died. you wouldn't have been human but when i'm asked if i regret the decision, you don't -- i take responsibility for it but i can't regret it. >> reporter: mindful this book is his legacy in more ways than one blair will give all the proceeds including his 7 million-dollar advance to a charity that helps wounded british soldiers. elizabeth palmer. >> are you able to avoid the controversy this weekend with your weather forecast sniffle lot of pressure. folks want to see sun. we fog ruined the bay area today. you know, we are still seeing a couple patches tonight. most of the inside of the bay looking good. there is still patchy fog out toward the coastline. latest s
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